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Scott is a Certified Waterproofing Professional, Certified Foundation Repair Specialist, and Certified Concrete Repair Specialist. Scott is responsible for overseeing each job using company-approved methods. He reviews job specifications to prepare the appropriate tools and materials, leads his crew with efficient and quality processes, regularly communicates with the customer, and moves the job toward completion in a timely manner.
At Baker's, we value our customers and know that we have great solutions for your home. Scott takes pride in working for a company that people trust, and enjoys giving homeowners peace of mind with our permanent solutions.
In his free time, Scott enjoys fishing and spending time with his family.
Raise it don’t replace it, is our moto! Baker’s assessed the stair-case and lifted the area with our PolyLEVEL concrete leveling system in Morgantown WV. As you can see from the bricks, the stoop was raised back to its’ original position. PolyLEVEL is a noninvasive and less costly alternative to completely replacing concrete, and is more advanced than the outdated technique of mud jacking that usually washes away over time.
A local church’s front walkaway needed to repair uneven concrete in Masontown PA to prevent trip hazards for members of the congregation. Baker’s leveled the slabs with our patented PolyLEVEL system, a system that combines the technique of mudjackng with modern and advanced science. PolyLEVEL is less invasive, 100% waterproof, and is used to level and lift concrete slabs of sidewalks, driveways, patios, stoops, and even pool decks. As you can see, the walkway was able to be raised in line with the neighboring sidewalk.
Homeowners in Elizabeth, PA have various concrete slabs that have settled over time. In this case, they were concerned with tripping hazards due to their unstable front porch steps. Concrete settling has also affected the surrounding foundation. Our foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew lifted these concrete steps with our PolyLevel foam. This polyurethane foam is injected beneath concrete to stabilize concrete slabs. These homeowners now have peace of mind with stable front porch steps!
These homeowners in Elizabeth, PA were in need of a level sidewalk. They wanted to address the settled concrete, so they would not have to worry about tripping hazards in the future. They have had this problem for some time, and wanted to address the damaging effects of concrete settlement. Our foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew installed our state-of-the-art PolyLevel injection foam. The formula was injected beneath the slabs, which then lifted and leveled the homeowner's sidewalk.
An Elizabeth, PA homeowner had a hazardous walkway. Overtime, the concrete slabs had sunk a significant amount, creating an uneven path around the home. The homeowner received an estimate from one of our competitors, but chose our state-of-the-art PolyLevel slab solution. Our PolyLevel foam successfully lifted and leveled the concrete slabs. (Observe the significantly large gap our crew was able to close between this slab and wooden stairway.)
A driveway in Oakmont was uneven and developed multiple cracks. We installed our PolyLevel System to fill in voids below the sunken concrete slab, thus raising and leveling the driveway. Then, we installed our Nexus Pro Solution to seal all cracks with our waterproof sealant.
In Bethel Park Pennsylvania we leveled several sidewalk slabs along the home with our noninvasive PolyLevel system. PolyLEVEL comes with a 5 year warranty.
A Bethel Park homeowner worried about potential safety hazards caused by her uneven sidewalk, so she called Baker's Waterproofing to reverse the damage.
This Pittbsurgh, PA home was built back in 1960. The homeowner's son wanted to purchase this house, but needed a permanent fix for the sinking concrete slabs. The son did not want the burden of dealing with an unsafe walkway in his new home. Our Foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew injected our PolyLevel slab solution beneath this concrete slab. Our crew successfully lifted the slab over 3 inches, returning it to a safe and level position.
Bill of Pittsburgh, PA needed to raise the separated slab that made up his front yard sidewalk. We used our patented PolyLEVEL waterproof foam. The foam is a high density urethane polmer, that when inserted through small penny sized holes, expands to raise to the appropriate level. As you can see the slab was lifted, clearing the gap between the higher adjacent slab. PolyLEVEL is great to leveling concrete slabs to patios, sidewalks, and even pool decks.
A homeowner in Pittsburgh PA had a nonstructural party or fire wall that separated the living space in the basement from the garage. The wall had sunken roughly 2 inches and was causing the slab concrete floor to sink as well. Baker’s fixed this problem with the installation of our PolyLEVEL polyurethane foam underneath the floor. After injecting the foam through penny sized holes, we were able to lift and stabilize the slab back to level. This also repaired the large crack stair-step along the block foundation.
These Pittsburgh homeowners had a sinking, uneven concrete sidewalk. They wanted a stable, level sidewalk to prevent tripping hazards and increase overall home value. Our foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew installed our state-of-the-art PolyLevel injection foam to lift and level these concrete slabs. This sidewalk is now fully stabilized and leveled, giving the homeowners peace of mind if they ever decide to sell the house.
This Scott Township, PA home had a three and a half inch drop on the front porch. If left alone, the concrete slab could have continued to settle and crack over time. Our crew, Scott and Nick, installed our PolyLevel slab solution to lift and level this concrete slab. The homeowner now has peace of mind with a permanently stabilized porch.
A homeowner in Pittsburgh wanted to repair her uneven concrete driveway. Her daughter-in-law coordinated everything from the free inspection to helping with the decision to move forward with the project.
Our crew carefully lifted, leveled, and stabilized those sunken concrete slabs. They drilled a few small holes into the concrete to insert our PolyLevel injection ports. Then, they installed our PolyLevel foam into the empty voids beneath the concrete.
We successfully lifted and leveled this driveway in just one day.
A homeowner was concerned about her sinking concrete porch, which also caused her water problems alongside the foundation. She watched as the slab continued to sink more and more over the past several years at her home in Washington. The homeowner hoped to lift the slab that had sunk about one inch.
Our Foreman injected our state-of-the-art PolyLevel slab solution into the voids beneath the concrete porch. We successfully stabilized the porch and lifted it about one inch!
A Canonsburg homeowner had an uneven driveway for a few years. He watched as the concrete slabs continued to sink and started to form large cracks over the years. Finally, he called Baker's for a concrete repair estimate.
Our PolyLevel installation crew was able to save this driveway from total replacement and bring the slabs almost completely back to level. Additionally, our crew sealed the cracks and protected the concrete with our NexusPro silicone-based sealant.
A homeowner watched as his concrete driveway gradually sunk over the last 5 to 10 years. He became concerned with this problem that was only getting worse with time. Our Service Advisor assured the Glenshaw homeowner that our PolyLevel slab solution would permanently stabilize the concrete driveway. After the crew injected our high-density polyurethane formula, this driveway was almost completely back to level.
This Houston home needed a concrete leveling solution. The concrete patio had sunk a significant amount due to unstable soil below. Our crew installed our high-density PolyLevel foam to stabilize and lift this concrete slab. Our lightweight polyeurethane formula permanently stabilized this sunken slab without adding weight to existing soil. Now, the homeowner has a safe, level patio!
The concrete around a Sewickley home sunk about 2 inches over the last few years. This unnecessary trip hazard in the driveway would have continued to get worse if left alone.
To reverse these damages, our crew skillfully installed our state-of-the-art PolyLevel solution beneath the concrete. This driveway was successfully stabilized and nearly brought back to level.
This driveway in Butler County had sunk a few inches, clearly affecting the foundation. Our Foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew injected our PolyLevel System, a high-density polyurethane foam, underneath the concrete pad to lift and level the driveway. As a result, we returned safety and peace of mind to these homeowners.
Look at the difference! In Ambridge we repaired the gap in between the front steps and the sidewalk with our patented PolyLEVEL concrete leveling system. High density polymer foam was pumped underneath through small penny sized holes. Most installations are less than a day, and can be used to repair sidewalks, stoops, patios, driveways, and even the area around your pool.
This home has been in the Beitsch family for the past 125 years, and called on our company for the best solution.
Our foreman, Scott Clark, and his crew used PolyLevel to raise these settled concrete steps. Our lightweight PolyLevel Injection Foam permanently lifts and stabilizes sinking concrete slabs with a high-density polyurethane formula. The crew was able to raise this concrete pad 5 inches on the left and 3 inches on the right with very minimal disruption.
Instead of replacing the concrete, Baker's Waterproofing used small ports to inject our PolyLevel slab solution into the empty voids beneath the slabs. The Foreman, Scott Clark, stabilized the slabs and lifted the driveway back to level.
The concrete slabs at this Weirton, WV home had sunk a significant amount. Our Foremen, Scott Clark and Nick Beckner, installed our PolyLevel solution to return the slabs back to level. The crew injected our formula beneath the concrete slabs through penny-sized holes, leaving minimal disruption to the existing concrete. Our state-of-the-art polyurethane formula permanently lifted and stabilized this walkway leading up to the homeowner's garage.
A homeowner in Mingo Junction, Ohio had severe concrete settlement. His pool patio had sunk about 5 inches in some areas! Our foreman, Scott Clark, and Nick Beckner (shown above) successfully lifted and leveled these concrete slabs. Now, the homeowner will not have to worry about tripping hazards with our proven PolyLevel slab solution!